A heroin junkie explains to his date that smack will always come first and she'll come second, and an unbridled flirt is really just trying to make new friends.
Sketches in this installment include an inexperienced cannibal on trial, a visit from Santa Claus and the announcement of the "Spot Bellini" contest winner.
From a man who demonstrates the sound his refrigerator makes to Mark announcing that he's unlocked the secret of nudity, this episode is sure to keep you in stitches.
In this episode, the kids discuss the fine line between a nice guy, a loser and a potential stalker. Meanwhile, a man lives through his hangover to tell the tale.
Anus-probing aliens question their work, the kids sing "Do, a Deer," and the whores discuss plastic surgery.
From Michael, the incompetent receptionist who can't remember anything, to the psychics who take advantage of old women, the sketches in this episode will keep you laughing.
This "Chalet 2000" installment is a hilarious, episode-long sketch starring Buddy, the queen of England and a beaver.
A man is visited by door-to-door religious missionaries, and a businessman is stunned to discover that his colleagues can read his "thoughts." Meanwhile, Kevin discusses the similarities between his family and the Airport film series.
The Chicken Lady visits the house she grew up in, and a doctor mixes up his patients' names.
Kathie describes how she became a Blue Jays fan, Fran learns about salsa, peanut sauce and meals in a pill, and an ax murderer needs his blade sharpened during a killing.
In this wacky episode, a seriously injured patient takes time out for a few gags, a Jamaican director introduces his "very sexist" new film, and Myra has an out-of-body experience while choking at a Thanksgiving dinner.
A governor calls a wrong number at a crucial moment, and the fight pickers take on a biker and his goldfish. Meanwhile, Bruce talks about a variety of sad people.
It's hard not to laugh when a weird plastic surgeon turns his assistant into a rat and a whore turns tricks for asthma medication -- or is it?
In this installment, Cathy and Kathie gossip about the new girl, and Darryl sees an oompah band in his head while out on a date.
In the season opener, a man has a loveless relationship with his dog, a manic businessman has heart problems, and the Bigot Cabbie delivers a baby during rush hour.
The Kids In the Hall reach new heights of sublime absurdity in a fourth season that's braver, weirder and funnier than ever. Endearing and edgy, each sketch is a work of genius held together by inspired writing, flawless timing, and racks and racks of stuffed brassieres.